F1 24 Netherlands Setup Guide

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This F1 24 Netherlands Setup guide aims to have your car in top condition for the race around the Dutch Grand Prix track. Having the right settings can make all the difference out there so having the best setup can help you charge through the field. F1 24 was released recently with Steam reviews being very mixed on the game.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

F1 24 Netherlands Setup Walkthrough

Track Characteristics

While the real Dutch track is difficult due to the local breezes, that isn’t something F1 24 can replicate. It is still known for its corners but it has one notable DRS zone that can be used to overtake.


A car that is heavy is the best way to go here, the turns require a car that’ll be glued to the track so the front wing aero goes to 50 while the rear goes to 40.


Engine Braking at 60 seems to work while on throttle differential goes to 65. Off Throttle goes to 45. This should be useful for the banked corners on the track.

Suspension Geometry

As is becoming standard as the races progress the camber angles go to the lowest of -3.5 and -2.2 while the toe settings stick at 0. These are tuned with the middle section of the track in mind.


The following Suspension settings are the best ones for this track, stick to these and you’ll be doing well:

Front Suspension: 39

Rear Suspension: 3

Front Anti-Roll Bar: 16

Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 9

Front Ride Height: 23

Rear Ride Height: 60

The lower anti-roll settings should allow the car to turn better on the corners in the Netherlands GP, ride height provides some added downforce with the low front being possible from the lack of curbs. The suspension settings should keep things stiff enough to make turns while allowing the rear of the car to move a bit easier.


Brake pressure stays high at 95 with a front braking bias of 55 being utilised here.


The tyre pressure for this track is a little different. The LEFT sided tyres both at the front and back and be the usual 29.5/26.5 split. The corresponding tyre on the right should be 1 to 1.5 points lower so the front would be 28 or 28.5 while the rear is 25 or 25.5.

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That is all for this F1 24 Netherlands setup guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other F1 24 content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know. We are trying to cover every track in this game to help you perfect every track regardless of what mode you’re aiming for.

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